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IMRAN QURESHI THE SEEMING ENDLESS PATH OF MEMORY

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    IMRAN QURESHI THE SEEMING ENDLESS PATH OF MEMORY
    16.05.2019 - 27.07.2019

Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac presents The Seeming Endless Path of Memory, an exhibition of new work by Imran Qureshi. Born in 1972 in Hyderabad, Pakistan, Imran Qureshi has developed a contemporary practice rooted in the tradition of 16th-century Mughal miniature art, encompassing figurative and abstract works on paper, painting and site-specific installation.

Resonating throughout the exhibition is the artist's exploration of the infinite through the motif of the fold: the screen-like structure of his panel painting; with gradations from red to gold leaf and measuring ten metres in length; the undulating shape of an endlessly extending miniature painting; and the folded canvases of the relief paintings. The large-scale exhibition also features a series of distinctive miniature paintings exploring self-portraiture and the artist’s idea of landscape.






  • 16.05.2019 - 27.07.2019
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    19 MAY - 27 JULY 2019
    69 Avenue du Général Leclerc, 93500 Pantin



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  • Imran Qureshi, Do you remember still, how it was once, 2019, Acrylic paint and gold leaf on canvas. Diptych, each 182,9 x 121,9 cm (72 x 48 in). Overall 182,9 x 243,8 cm (72 x 96 in). Photographer © Usman Javed.
    Imran Qureshi, Do you remember still, how it was once, 2019, Acrylic paint and gold leaf on canvas. Diptych, each 182,9 x 121,9 cm (72 x 48 in). Overall 182,9 x 243,8 cm (72 x 96 in). Photographer © Usman Javed.
    Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac